Guide to Starting a Charitable Nonprofit in Wyoming
Compiled by the Wyoming Nonprofit Network
Harbor Compliance helps nonprofits register for charitable solicitation nationwide, obtain corporate income and sales tax exemptions, secure licensing for commercial co-ventures and fundraising professionals, form entities, and achieve 501(c) tax exemption. Harbor Compliance offers service in every state, including Wyoming.
Fundraising Registration - 41 states require registration. Charitable solicitation is regulated on the state-level and the requirements vary by state. Wyoming doesn't
require registration, but if you solicit donors in other states you need to check to see if there is a requirement.
Wyoming Nonprofit Compliance - Required annual filings
Wyoming Fundraising Licensing
How to Start a Nonprofit Organization in Wyoming - Harbor Compliance
Alliance for Nonprofit Management
Board Source *
Free Management Library
National Council of Nonprofits
Nonprofit Risk Management Center
2018 Wyoming Nonprofit Salary and Benefit Survey
Wyoming Nonprofit Sector Report
See COVID-19 page for all funding announcements related to the Coronavirus response.
Wyoming Nonprofit Network members can purchase annual subscription for $75.00 per year.
Foundation Center provides free funding information through more than 400 Funding Information Network locations across the U.S. and several countries. These resources include Foundation Center databases, publications and a variety of supplementary materials and services in areas useful to grantseekers. In Wyoming, there are four locations: Campbell County Public Library System, Park County Public Library, Teton County Library and Laramie County Library System.
Popular Nonprofit Blogs:
Fired Up Fundraising with Gail Perry
Nonprofit AF - Vu Le
Nonprofit Tech for Good
Joan Garry - Because Nonprofits are Messy
* Wyoming Nonprofit Network Vendor Partners - Learn more